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Bread and Butter of SQL Server DBA - Part 1


Bread and Butter of SQL Server DBA - Part 1

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Hi,
Sorry, because not having that much of knowledge about the topic, but I have given some informations what I have for the time being. Transaction Log is probably one of the most underutilized, underappreciated, and least publicized part of SQL. This is probably due to its simplicity, but this also makes it one of the most misunderstood parts of SQL Server. The transaction log can actually help to lower the server’s resources, increase productivity, all the while providing a method of an additional safety layer for you to fall back on
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Looks like it is beginning of a excellent series. Looking forward for other parts.



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Great start


Cheers,

Sim Lever

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Thanks for the article.BigGrin It provides useful information but is let down by the level of grammar and spelling - making it unlcear in places.Unsure

I'm looking forward to Part 2.

Cheers
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I found the grammar and spelling to be fine.

Can you point out any typos?


Cheers,

Sim Lever

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I enjoyed that first article and I am looking forward to the rest of the series. I have recently been using SS2K5 a lot and although we do have Full Time DBA's I am interested in learning more about the commonly accepted backup and restore strategies. Thanks again for the first article.
Rob
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Good Article

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Hari
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Great article, looking forward to DBA Part 2 and more!
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Gr8 Start, Looking forward for part 2
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